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Be A Good Little Widow

“Musical theater triple-threat Bainum does stunning dramatic work too as a grieving mother who finds herself now utterly alone, even as she continues her by-the-rules mourning of Craig’s long-deceased dad.”

—Steven Stanley,Stage Scene LA WOW!

BWW Interview: Actress Sandy Bainum and Director Brandon Baer Talk BE A GOOD LITTLE WIDOW

“I have always believed that a musical actress who can sing, dance and act, can do it all…and you certainly can.”

—Don Grigware,Broadway World, LA

MTW’s “Catch Me If You Can” Catches Lightning In A Bottle

“Style is what this production of offers, and offers, and offers! In a barrage of swinging tunes, music director Dennis Castellano’s orchestra gets it absolutely right with verve and panache. Sandy Bainum as Frank’s mother, Paula, gave a slick and alluringly distant performance.”

—Sean McMullen,The Grunion

Catch Me If You Can

“we flash back to Frank’s early years as a New Rochelle teen living with his Italian-American dad Frank Sr. (Michael Corbett) and Parisian mom Paula (Sandy Bainum) but dreaming of a life beyond suburban New York.”

—Steven Stanley,Steven Stanley's StageSceneLA.

What A Treat, The Current Norris Theatre’s 42nd St. Revival!

“Another standout performance is by Sandy Bainum, playing the leading lady, Dorothy Brock, in a well-measured balance of Broadway Diva and Older and Wiser Veteran Star passing the baton along to the up and coming. BWW Review: WHAT A TREAT, THE CURRENT NORRIS THEATRE’S 42ND STREET REVIVAL!Ms. Bainum was in the original David Merrick production, as Anytime Annie, and proves she is well-rounded and versatile and has had a long-lasting career.”

—Valerie-Jean Mille,Broadway World
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